Friday, September 24, 2010

Picture this


My first 3 glass paintings.... 

17 comments:

Swapna Raghu Sanand said...

It's beautiful! You should frame it and start work on the next masterpiece. You'll become better and better and eventually the best when you enjoy the experience of what you are doing. Savoring is perhaps the most essential ingredient in this artistic journey. All the best.

H said...

Fantastic work Uma! I'm sooo jealous.

Shankari said...

Nice! Love the mural, even though you say it is crowded and the colour on the pot. Here's to more!

Vidya said...

Wow! Uma, you should consider gifting them to the first 5 ppl posting comments here... You get to choose from any one of these of course!:)

Lavs said...

Lovely work..I had also tried my hand at glass painting. My first ever---
http://myownpenseive.blogspot.com/2009/04/recycling.html

ever since you gave the details of the arts and crafts store, I have been thinking about writing to you but forgot as usual...there is a store in ranganathan street hidden well from prying eyes which stocks so many crafts stuff...i had the address written down some where but as usual forgot where i had kept it.Will write abt it as soon as i find it.
check this out too
http://myownpenseive.blogspot.com/2008/03/what-makes-me-happy.html

http://myownpenseive.blogspot.com/2007/07/some-pictures-for-your-thought.html

Vini aka Pooh said...

You make me want to attempt pottery! very good work! Hope you had lots of fun doing them!

Ani said...

wow lovely... i want to try this some day in future... wishing you to make more and more and more

Lavanya Sriram said...

beautiful ! Uma, where do you find time to do all this with a 4 yr old towing along ? Amazing :)
Good work ! Keep at it :)

Asha said...

Loved the clay work. why don't you put a separate blog for your art work?

mnamma said...

Lovely!!! I especially liked the candle holder :)

Uma said...

Swapna - Thanks :) .. quite right about enjoying the experience ' bit...

Hema - these are really simple ones... save the J for what is to come ;D He he...

Shankari - Thankyou ma'am :)

Vidya - Good Idea... but let me make better stuff than these... up close you'll see bumps and smudges on the glass painting

Lavs - Those were neat! Loved the peacock... and hey, I bought the exact emboss set too :)
And, I think you are referring to Raja Threads...I've heard about it too... that is in fact the next one in my scattered agenda...

Pooh, Ani - Please do attempt... am sure you'll absolutely love it!

Lavanya - I do these when I have help with the 4 yr old. For the second session of pottery though, she tagged along with her own set of papers and colours but eventually ran around the place more and coloured little..

Asha - Clay is fun...really! 'separate blog for art work' - for my level of art, konjam too much.. no? ;D

mnamma - that's my fav piece too!!

utbtkids said...

Nice. Very nice.

The flowers are soooo beautiful.

Swaram said...

W.O.W! Cn I send u my address - my bday is round the corner ;) Err I dnt mind celebrating one round the corner actually ;)

Uma said...

utbt - :) Thanks... up close you'll see a few flaws actually...

Swaram - Celebrate as many... am vain enough to send you some ;-)

MindfulMeanderer said...

ohhhhhhhhh lovely. n perfect for this month's artsy-craftsy. Can u link the challenge here? and have an enlarged pic pls..

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Wow beautiful works dear.

Thanks n Regards
Sudha
sudha-kalra.blogspot.com

ಪುಟ್ಟಿಯ ಅಮ್ಮ said...

Beautiful work! Loved the candle holder:)